Vulnerability Assessment - Active Shooter Training

 Training Includes

Site Survey of entire facility

Emergency Action Plan

Law Enforcement and EMS Coordination

Medical Trauma Course

Less than Lethal training

Firearms Training

Vulnerability Assessment & PROCEDURE DEVELOPMENT



Briggs Core will help your organization with the process of identifying, quantifying, and prioritizing the vulnerabilities in your current security operations. Once completed we will make actionable recommendations based on industry best practices and then guide you through the implementation of these recommendations to help reduce risk and improve your capacity to manage future incidents.



Briggs Core has developed a comprehensive security program focused on four key areas: workplace violence prevention, pre-employment background checks, access control and visitor screening, and we assist our clients to develop and document program policies and procedures so that the system, when implemented, is clear to all of those involved. The Briggs Core training department can also provide training for key staff members to ensure that existing security policies and procedures are fully embedded within the organization.


If you would like a Vulnerability Assessment of your School, Church, Business or Home please contact Scott.


Phone: 407-919-8215

NRA & School Corp Attorney Approved Training Outline


School Staff and Security/SRO Firearms Training

Level 1 Training

  • Classroom 6-9 hours
  • Range time 3-5 hours

Classroom Instruction:

  • Briggs Core Dynamics Defensive Awareness Program (1.5-2 hours)
    • Identify Threat Indicators
  • Introduce and explain
    • OODA        
    • PACE
    • MIL
    • Cooper Color Code
    • Plan Development
    • Spot Anomalies in Your Environment
    • Learn to Defeat Your Body’s Natural Reaction to Stress, Chemical Dump and Elevated Heart Rate
  • Defensive mindset
  • Priorities of work

Emergency Action Procedures (1-2 hours)

  • Flee
    • Egress routes (PACE)
    • What to take and what to leave
  • Fight
    • Weapon Identification
    • When to fight
    • How to fight
  • Hide 
    • Cover
    • Concealment
    • Expedient ways to secure doors
    • Barricades
    • Pro’s and Cons of hiding 

Traumatic Wound Care (4 hours)

  • Self-Aid
  • Buddy-Aid 
  • Go bag contents (1 hour)
  • Signaling devices
  • Medical items
  • Emergency blanket
  • 550 cord
  • Permanent marker

What to expect as Law Enforcement arrives. (1 hour)

Range Instruction:

Firearm Safety and DAP/Conflict Survival- (2-3 hours) Any Common Self Defense Caliber 200-250 rounds and a minimum of 3 magazines for each weapon. Required for all new members. 50% off with purchase of membership. Members can attend this course multiple times with the 50% discount.

  • Safety
  • Safe Handling
  • Proper Mindset
  • Techniques to defeat the bodies natural reaction during a chemical dump
  • Fundamentals of Shooting
  • Malfunctions
  • Drawing
  • Reloading

Level 2 Training (Level 2 must be conducted every 6 months)

Concealed/Covert Carry Course- 400 rounds, 3 magazines.
*Bring a conceal carry holster for your pistol and mag pouches as well as a good cover shirt. Women bring a conceal carry purse or an adequate bag for carry if not drawing from the holster.

Topics Covered:

  • Safety
  • Techniques to defeat your body’s natural reaction to extreme stress
  • Fundamentals of shooting
  • Conceal carry positions
  • Cover shirt configurations
  • Draw from concealment
  • Malfunctions
  • Stress drills
  • Scenario driven courses of fire

Level 3 Training (Level 3 must be conducted every 6 months)

Concealed Pistol Stress Course- (6 -7 hours) 500 rounds, minimum 3 mags, holster, and mag pouch. Most stress courses are just physical stress that is applied. This course applies both physical and mental stress to the student.

  • Safety
  • Malfunctions
  • Barricade shooting
  • Bounding
  • Fighting from vehicles
  • Problem solving
  • Target discretion
  • Shooting on the move
  • Multiple targets